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GASTROINTESTINAL Abdomin/o - abdomen Abdominocentesis – puncture the abdomen and draining ascites Paracentesis – a puncture and drainage Celi/o – celiac another word for abdomen, Celiosalpingectomy (removal of whatever is closest to the ectomy, and celio means through the abdomen in this case) = removal of the fallopian tubes Lapar/o – laparosalpingotomy (incision into the fallopian tube, through the abdomen), laparocele (tumor/pouching/hernia) An/o – anus – anoscope, anostosis (condition with lack of bone formation – trick question) Annulus – roman ring – Had an engagement ring that they would wear on their left hand, and basically would have the same meaning we do now, annulus is a ring you wear on your finger Appendic/o – appendix, appendicectasis (dilation of appendix/stretching out) , appendicitis (inflamm) L. Appendere – to weigh/hang to Bil/I – bile, biligenic (origin and formation or creation of bile) chol/e – bile cholelithaisis – condition of stones of bile cholangiogastrostomy – connecting the bile duct to the stomach choleric and the four temperaments – the four temp. goes back to Aristotle, with idea that humors being associated with personalities, we’ve had the four humors before, (black bile, lymph,
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blood), we’ve talked about people being melancholic, being sanguine (ass. With blood) and choleric personality (yellow bile) moody people, and phlegmatic person (loner), but the diagram shows all four bucc/o – cheek/mouth – buccal bocca della verita (could have been a man hole cover for a sewer, or it could have been a water fountain) story is that if you want to find that someone is lying, you could stick their hand in the mouth and if it cuts their hand off they are lying labi/o, cheil/o – lip - labiochorea (dance – spasm of lips), cheilophagia (always bite your lip), cheiloplasty (lip job) Col/o, colon/o – colon – colopexostomy (fixate the colon to the abdomen to make a hole so that you have another anus), colonoscopy Cyst/o – bladder or sac – cholecystectomy – excision of the gall bladder, part or full Dent/I – teeth Dentifrice - toothpaste Dentinoclast – the breaking down of the hard part of your tooth Doch/o – duct – choledochotomy – incision into the bile duct Duoden/o – duodenum – duodenal (part of your intestines) Enter/o – small intestine – enterocele (typically means a hernia) Esophag/o – esophagus – esophageal Eso – to bear Gastr/o – stomach Gastrodidymus (twins connected at the stomach) Gingiv/o – gum – gingivitis (inflam of the gum) Gloss/o – tongue Lingu/o – tongue Akyloglossia – to be tongue tied, where the frindlum is stiff and short (thing under tongue) so you can’t move your tongue
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Linguoclination – to lean towards the tongue Hepat/o – liver – hepatocholic – pert. To the liver Hepatic/o – hepaticotomy (incision) Hepatocholangiocystoduodenostomy – to make a hole towards the duodenum where you take the duct going from the liver and run it through the gall
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2010 for the course CC 306M taught by Professor Doig during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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